Greetings all! A reminder: Throughout the semester, we will have some class chats. All sessions will be recorded. The following are scheduled: October 1: INFO 200 Assignment Q & A Session at 12pm PT. We will go over you might have about the Sources Survey and LRM.Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android: https://sjsu.zoom.us/j/84154111834?pwd=ZFpPd1pKZnFtNklJajFiNldTTDFMdz09 […]
Update – I got the work flow sorted and captions should be in this web video soon. Hey all – thanks to everyone who came to the session today! So many good questions!
Hello everyone! We just finished the OPML for all the blog URLs.
Greetings all – After your Introductory post, your next five blog entries are an important part of the Blog Reports assignment. As noted in our getting started posts, you will use your blog on the Community Site blogging platform in this class. The posts will include substantial content, citations, and reflective thinking. These blog posts should […]
This is the first of several “Getting Started posts. This one will help you with Choosing Your Community:
This week’s module introduces you to graduate-level writing and research in the LIS discipline. In addition to the the Things to Read, Things to Explore, and Things to View, it is broken into two key parts: Part 1: Identifying Information Sources and Part 2: Academic Writing Conventions and APA Style.
Occasionally throughout the semester, we will have class chats on Zoom. These are optional “drop-in” sessions for students to ask questions, share or just chat. There are no mandatory sessions, but students are encouraged to attend if schedules allow. It will be a way for us to check and keep in touch. All sessions will […]
Hey all – I am thrilled to see so many of you joining our section site in the last four days. Welcome!!! Please use the next few days to get settled in this site – go through Module 0 and Module 1, explore a bit and check out the assignments, and try out some of the social […]
Greetings all – Shout out to former INFO 298 student David Vargas for his work putting together this guide to making the most of your blog for our course. This PDF is being shared with all the sections of INFO 200 this semester. Please download via the link below. NOTE: This student created guide was made […]
Hello everyone – I wanted to send out a reminder of key items related to graduate work and this course from the Getting Started Module. We are heading into an important phase of the class. The School requires that students earn a B in this course. If the grade is less than B (B- or […]